From EatingWell: November/December 2012
10 servings | Active Time: 15 minutes | Total Time: 45 minutes
Native Americans were making bread-type foods from corn meal long before the arrival of Europeans in the New World. When European settlers arrived in the Americas, they learned Native American recipes for using ground corn. Thus, cornmeal became a popular staple of American cuisine and remains so, particularly in the South. This creative recipe turns a traditional southern food into a healthier, sweeter option that is delightfully festive and seasonal. Cranberries have an incredibly high antioxidant capacity, and add a tart, sweet bite to this textured bread. Additional tips are added below for altering the recipe to suit requirements of those following whole grain or gluten free diets.